Integrative Chakra Therapy®

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Integrative Chakra Therapy® has been recognized as a particularly powerful form of energy medicine. ICT works on the level of ‘chakra energy’ regarded as “PSI” energy (beyond time and space). Typically, the PSI energy in the chakras is converted to Qi energy. For example, the solar plexus (3rd) chakra converts the PSI energy to Qi that goes to the spleen and the spleen flows the Qi to the blood.

“Integrative Chakra Therapy®” is a unique form of energy medicine accurately based on the chakra system. Also known as ICT; Integrative Chakra Therapy has been in practice for more than 20 years in the U.S. and Canada. Practitioners are trained to assess the quality of the seven chakras and to act as conduits for healing energy to pass through them on the same level as the chakras; which is above the level of Qi or prana energy.

ICT is a form of energy medicine which developed and grew from my work in spiritual consultations and my personal energy medicine practice of the early 1990’s. I realized during this time that each chakra had its own unique characteristic and that each characteristic affects the four archetypes of the whole human being: mental, physical, spiritual and emotional. Most significantly, I observed that one particular chakra appeared to be more ‘dominant’ than any of the others. And, affecting through its particular and specific set of intuitive abilities the way the person perceived and thus reacted to reality.


Thus, in the early 1990’s the inception of my ‘dominant chakra theory’ was born, which led to the writing of two books: Eye of the Lotus; the Psychology of the Chakras, and I Can Relate; how we intuitively choose the people in our lives. My theory led to the formation of my first program; Healers’ Training for the Whole Human Being;’ now formally registered as Integrative Chakra Therapy® training and practiced by over 500 students and graduates worldwide.

In 2017 I presented scientific verification on the effectiveness of ICT at the California Institute for Human Science (CIHS ) annual symposium on “Forefront Consciousness and Healing Science Research: Reports from the Field”. In the presentation I was able to exhibit notable positive changes in both the physical and energy bodies of a volunteer participant.

The basis of ICT is on the chakra PSI energy, which is not limited to time or space. ICT proves that there is no barrier factor in this form of energy medicine. We see from many scientific experiments (although not specifically referring to PSI energy) that one can send/transfer energy to another regardless of distance and can make instant measurable effects.

The Energy Medicine component of ICT has two healing process aspects;

First, the chakras themselves are conduits of consciousness between dimensions. As stated above, chakras affect the four archetypes of the “Whole Human Being:” mental, physical, spiritual and emotional. The practitioner, in their assessment of the seven chakras, determines the state of each chakra condition and facilitates the healing to flow through them as the conduit affecting those four archetypes, not just the physical body. Practitioners are taught to be clear channels of healing; that none of their own expectations or anticipations affect the energy flowing through them. They are taught that healers are merely conduits of healing and the person seeking healing is basically just healing themselves. In other words, the best healers are those who get the most out of the way!

The practitioners are fully engaged in the healing process by determining the state of each chakra and its effects, and the healing that flows through them. There is the deliberate blend of the practitioner using the faculty of their higher sense perceptions, the understanding of chakra characteristics, and the practical application of tools and techniques that will empower the client.

Energy Healing

Second, practitioners make their assessments of the healing work afterwards to the client, assisting them in self-empowerment to heal and overcome an infirmity or problem. While not a psychic reading, the practitioner’s assessment is a recap of the healing session; what they noted, the response of the chakra(s) and what would be the best course of action for the person receiving the healing work.

Practitioners make their assessments for two reasons. First, the practitioner must intuit the condition of the chakras from their higher sense perceptions and faculties and relate them in a manner that fits the four archetypes. This method continuously strengthens the practitioner’s abilities. Second, the practitioner then gives their assessment to the client in a manner that the client can apply to their life to further empower their decisions and life direction.

As practitioners progress in their own work, they become more spiritually aware of the potential of the client and thus how best to help to guide them to optimal health. ICT practitioners cannot prescribe nor diagnose but can direct clients to medical professionals if there is a perceived need.

Dr. Richard Jelusich has trained over 500 ICT students and graduates for more than 20 years in the U.S. and Canada. The ICT course encompasses more than 2 years of training in classroom study and lecture, practicum and experiential training. New courses are started twice yearly in the U.S. and Canada.